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30 Apr 2017

#Influenza and other #Respiratory #Viruses #Research #References #Library–April 30 2017 Issue


Title: #Influenza and other #Respiratory #Viruses #Research #References #Library–April 30 2017 Issue.

Subject: Human and Animal Influenza Viruses, other Respiratory Pathogens Research, weekly references library update.

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This Week’s References:


  1. SANTOS AJ, Kislaya I, Machado A, Nunes B, et al.
  2. IVINSON K, Deliyannis G, McNabb L, Grollo L, et al.
    • Salivary blockade protects the lower respiratory tract of mice from lethal influenza.
  3. GILBERTSON B, Ng WC, Crawford S, McKimm-Breschkin JL, et al.
    • Mouse saliva inhibits transit of influenza virus to the lower respiratory tract by efficiently blocking influenza neuraminidase activity.
  4. SHARMA A, Wu W, Sung B, Huang J, et al.
    • Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Pulmonary Infection in Humanized Mice Induces Human Anti-RSV Immune Responses and Pathology.
  5. OTIENO JR, Agoti CN, Gitahi CW, Bett A, et al.
  6. ALJABR W, Touzelet O, Pollakis G, Wu W, et al.
    • Investigating the Influence of Ribavirin on Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus RNA Synthesis by Using a High-Resolution Transcriptome Sequencing Approach.
  7. BAZAN M, Villacorta E, Barbagelatta G, Jimenez MM, et al.
    • Health workers' attitudes, perceptions and knowledge of influenza immunization in Lima, Peru: A mixed methods study.
  8. WILKINSON K, Wei Y, Szwajcer A, Rabbani R, et al.
    • Efficacy and safety of high-dose influenza vaccine in elderly adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
  9. NAKATSUKASA A, Kuruma K, Okamatsu M, Hiono T, et al.
    • Potency of whole virus particle and split virion vaccines using dissolving microneedle against challenges of H1N1 and H5N1 influenza viruses in mice.


Keywords: Research; Abstracts; Influenza References Library.